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    These are really good, I like to use red and green m and m's to replace the chocolate chips and serve them as christmas cookies.

    Recipe #4007

    This recipe is very simple,very fast and very good. The fresh rice noodles, thick and white, can be found in the refrigerator cabinet of any good Asian grocery store. Don't use frozen marinara mix--the recipe deserves better. Any decent fishmonger will be happy to serve you with half a dozen prawns, a few scallops, some squid, a small fillet of fish, a handful of mussels or any other combination that appeals to you.

    Recipe #4010

    Recipe #4203

    This isn't exotic per se, but is always juicy and delicious.

    Recipe #4185

    When Marilyn Martell started exhibiting at her local county fair, she won so many ribbons for cookies that she decided to share them in a cookbook entitled "County Fair Prize Cookies", published in 1975. For a number of years now, she has competed at the state fair, continuing to win blue ribbons for baking. Crunchy Pecan Bars is a long-time favorite. These delectable toffee-flavored bars are quick to make and yield a large batch. Simply pat the dough into a jelly-roll pan. Long baking at a low temperature gives the thin bars their crisp texture. They keep well-if you hide them.

    Recipe #4002

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